Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: Recently there has been a fast-talking advertisement on local radio, promoting the legalization of pari-mutuel betting in Park County. The advertisement never identifies who is … more
Dear Editor: There are so many misconceptions about online public schools. As a teacher at Wyoming Virtual Academy, I’ve seen the confusion some people have firsthand. As a new school year … more
Dear Editor: Suddenly, it appears that considerable danger exists to any plans for a new, sufficiently large Powell public library. According to the July 5 issue of the Powell Tribune, President … more
Dear Editor: George Washington said, “Government is not reason; It is not eloquence; It is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” In 2007 our property … more
Dear Editor: This is not as timely as I had intended, but we are no less grateful just the same. In July when the big rain came and several folks south of town had homes flooded, I witnessed … more
Dear Editor: In this monumental time in our beloved nation’s history when society is reflecting on the brutal murder of George Floyd in the hands of police, and trying to chart a way forward … more
Dear Editor: Trust me when I say, I’m as patriotic as the next guy, and after reading your July 5 editorial on being safe and respectful with fireworks, I thought maybe things might be … more
Dear Editor: As the president of the Wyoming Nurses Association (WNA), I’d like to recognize out and give thanks to all involved in the fight of COVID-19 in Wyoming. The Wyoming Nurses … more
Dear Editor: I can’t agree more with the title of the column “America has a history of protests.” Don Amend gave examples of a couple of protests that occurred a few hundred … more
Dear Editor: I encourage the citizens of Wyoming to contact the Legislature and voice their concerns over the transportation and storage of nuclear waste in our great state. No amount of revenue … more
Dear Editor: I read the “Citizenship and Consciences” column in the Nov. 14 edition of the Powell Tribune more than once and eagerly began researching some supplemental information … more
Dear Editor: The name-calling, accusations and reckless talk I hear and see in the news and on social media from everyday people all the way up to our highest leaders is disheartening and seems to … more
Dear Editor: Less than one minute. That’s all it took to kill 29 innocent people and destroy countless other lives. 249. That’s the number of mass murders in the U.S. in 2019, so far. … more
Dear Editor: It’s time to step up and protect Wyoming’s Big Game Migration Corridors. We have long known the importance of winter and summer range, and now we must recognize the third … more
Dear Editor: As each day of the coronavirus pandemic passes, family members, staff and communities are becoming increasingly worried about the health and safety of those inside long-term care … more
Dear Editor: Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. His servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Pete Buttigieg is a sexually immoral man who quotes scripture and … more
Dear Editor: Let’s say a stranger comes to you and says they know your buddy, John. But the facts they assert about your buddy John are wrong. You could safely assume that they are referring … more
Dear Editor: Wyoming Wildlife Advocates guest columnist Kristin Combs was wrong in criticizing Gov. Mark Gordon for speaking about grizzly bear management practices. He is, after all, in charge of … more
Dear Editor: I have become more and more perplexed, the older I become, in the role women should assume when they encounter mistreatment in a professional environment. In recent weeks, state Sen. … more
Dear Editor: My thanks to the Rosewood Corporation for welcoming me to Wyoming! The purpose of this letter is simply to clarify some of my points raised by Brad and Mary Lou Cummings regarding my … more
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